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Valley View: Do it w/ No Apologies

On Friday, September 25, make no apologies and head to Cartier Raine and Lifestyle Salon for an afternoon of self-care with Dr. Heather Heaster, DDS. Between the hours of around 11a-5p, Dr. Heaster will offer Botox, Kybella, and Dermal Filler (Allergan products) to clients with appointments. Rochelle Sanchez, owner of Cartier Raine, is excited to offer these new MedSpa services to her spa and salon clients who have increasingly requested them. She tells us they go hand-in-hand with the health and wellness services she and her team already offer. “Botox is so main stream and so common now, people start getting Botox as early as in their 20’s. Botox and filler are great ways to prevent premature aging, wrinkles and lax skin. These services along with regular facial treatments and clinical skincare are the perfect trifecta to aging gracefully,” says Rochelle. She goes onto share the benefits of each MedSpa service:

“Botox: Wrinkles, folds, and lines that appear on the upper face with certain facial expressions – including Crow’s feet and brow lines – can be softened and minimized through BOTOX injections, which relax the underlying muscle and tissue, smoothing out the surface lines.

Dermal Filler is also responsible for transporting nutrients and regulating water balance in the skin. Dermal fillers boost the skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid, revitalizing and adding volume to the skin, thus diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Kybella is a direct and simple option for reducing submental fat and restoring definition to your chin, neck and jawline. Since Kybella uses a substance found naturally in the body to eliminate fat cells, your risk of an adverse reaction to the treatment is very low.”

Rochelle tells us that self-care is important and especially now during these unpredictable and stressful times. “We all need to find ways to care for ourselves and keep our spirits up and our minds in a positive state. There are so many things that are out of our control right now, but our health and wellness is not one of those things. I encourage you to find something that soothes your soul and/or empowers you. For some, it may be journaling or painting and for others it’s a relaxing massage or pedicure. Most of my clients say a fresh set of lash extensions always makes them feel like they can conquer anything! Maybe Botox and lip filler make you feel like a brand new woman. Whatever your thing is… do it with no apologies. Remember, self-care is your responsibility,” says Rochelle.

Cartier Raine looks forward to being part of your beauty & wellness journey. To book an appt for any of these new MedSpa services, you will need to contact Cartier Raine by phone at 304-647-3695, email or any of their social accounts. There is a $50 deposit required to book an appt. The $50 will go towards your treatment plan the day of your appt. These services will be recurring two times a month at the Salon located at 747 Washington St in downtown Lewisburg. Every client will require a follow-up appt with Dr. Heaster 2 weeks after the initial treatment.

Please note that you need to book an appt and you must wear a mask and follow the WV guidelines when in the salon. Cartier Raine takes the safety of their staff, clients and community very serious and are doing their part to help keep everyone safe. | Stay updated with the Spa and Salon @CartierRaineSpa on Facebook and Instagram and CartierRaine.com.

– Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper. September 2020.

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